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Are the beaches of America’s Gulf Coast really ‘open for business’ after the BP oil spill? An intensive investigation uncovers a series of cover-ups in place of a long-term fix.
As the oil spillage on Florida beaches is merely covered with sand, jellyfish stained in oil wash ashore and fishermen experience numerous health problems. With Dr Riki Ott comparing these to “problems suffered by workers on the Exxon Valdez disaster”, it appears that Obama’s assertion that the disastrous BP oil spill fiasco has been resolved is far from the truth. Will the situation ever be rectified and most importantly, what are BP and the US authorities going to do?
- “We Are Running Out Of Time”: Riki Ott on the Crisis on the Gulf Coast (chelseagreen.com)
- Jerry Cope: Undefeated: The Gulf Coast 6 Months After the Blowout (huffingtonpost.com)
- Jerry Cope: The Jaws Syndrome; Life Imitates Art On The Gulf Coast; The Crime of the Century Pt II (huffingtonpost.com)